December has been an incredibly busy month for us here at TRYTN. On the booking side we’ve been hard at work and have fully released a complete redesign of the platform. Expect the embedding experience to receive a similar treatment in Q1 of 2020.

On the platform and account sides of the house we’ve been squashing bugs and adding in some useful time savers like tax/fee reporting fields and the ability to re-send an invoice

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Account Updates

  • Ability to include individual taxes and fees in custom reports
  • Users can now re-send customer invoice emails
  • You can now add tags to payments made within the account system and report on the tags
  • Fixed an issue where December sales summary data was not displaying correctly
  • Additional sub description fields did not include a WYSIWYG editor
  • Added six new dashboard widgets for closed dates, abandoned carts, outstanding invoices, and account management
  • Fixed an issue that prevented new clients from utilizing staff management functionality
  • Fixed an issue with sorting of add-ons and questions not persisting the sort order
  • Prevent special characters in the business URL
  • Fixed an issue where some businesses were unable to re-open a date after it had been manually closed
  • General performance, resiliency, and security enhancements

Booking and Embedding Updates

  • Redesign of booking experience
  • Bug fixed to stop displaying description on product details page twice
  • Fixed an issue where businesses that consume service fee were still showing service fee to customer
  • Customers who used non-EN languages on the by date activity view were receiving results in English
  • Fixed a bug where customers were not able to select a start week on non-EN languages
  • Fixed an issue where invoices sent to customers with an attached affiliate was not crediting the affiliate for the booking
  • General performance and security enhancements

General Platform Updates

  • Resiliency and security enhancements
December 2019 Release Notes